A few performance and a slew of cosmetic options for your pony car.

Several pages from the 2018 Ford "order guide companion" have been posted to an enthusiast forum, denoting the dealer trim packages for the new Mustang.

The images were scanned and published on Mustang6g.com, showing a bevy of decal and stripe kits. For example, the verbosely named Ecoboost Premium Pony Car Package includes such perks as a "unique bright upper grille — Pony logo with corral design" and "premium carpeted floor mats with embroidered Pony logo." To visibly denote the EPPCP, Ford adds 19 x 8.5-inch alloys and a graphic stripe along the rocker panels in either white or ebony. A Tri-bar Pony badge is also affixed to the rear panel.

There's also a Black Accent Package that darkens all badges, adds black-painted wheels, and throws in a thin decklid spoiler (also in black, of course), as well as self explanatory Carbon Sport Interior and Ecoboost Wheel and Stripe Packages.

Those wishing for a bit more than cosmetic upgrades can choose the Ecoboost Performance Package. That offers 19 x 9-inch alloys, a rear spoiler, oil pressure and vacuum gauges, a larger radiator and sway bars, and a black strut tower brace. Also included are things such as "'engine spun' aluminum instrument panel" and "unique chassis, stability control EPAS and ABS tuning."

V8 owners can purchase a GT Performance Package, which takes everything in the Ecoboost Performance Package and adds a front air splitter, black staggered 19-inch wheels measuring 9 and 9.5 inches wide in front and back respectively, 6-piston Brembos, and "heavy duty" front springs.

Basically, if you want to customize your Mustang but not be too unique, Ford offers a slew of options.